Prepositions after "salvage"
"salvage from" or "salvage in"?
|In 63% of cases salvage from is used|
|It is the only thing that was salvaged from the dragline.|
|All the furniture that is now available for sale was salvaged from the Mungret Recycling Centre.|
|This winter, he hopes to fully restore the vehicle, which was salvaged from an old barn in Ontario several years ago.|
|Beautiful antique bricks covering the floors, porches, and walkways were salvaged from the demolition of Savannah ' s old DeSoto Hotel.|
|Though it's possible that all claims of the effects of hormones on cognition will turn out to be bogus, I suspect something will be salvaged from this somewhat contradictory literature.|
|In 17% of cases salvage in is used|
|He stated that if the situation could not be salvaged in the last three years,.|
|So that's the first reason I don't think the question can be salvaged in this way.|
|In that climate, can the idea of liberal intervention survive? Should it be salvaged in Iraq.|
|Moreover, Ramadhan now gets his daily bread selling door frames, old CI sheets and cement that he has salvaged in the area.|
|In 3% of cases salvage before is used|
|It is our opinion that these figures are low and may not represent the actual situation because appreciable numbers of animals are salvaged before diagnoses are made.|
|In 3% of cases salvage despite is used|
|The property development was a high-risk, high-reward venture from which profit was salvaged despite a massive slump.|
|In 3% of cases salvage for is used|
|I hate wasting things and whatever I can salvage for a good use, I try to do that.|
|In 3% of cases salvage within is used|
|Helmets galore!! I bet if pieces land on the Philippines they would be salvaged within an hour.|
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